I play in a keeper league that has been around for 13 years and prides itself on being competitive. One owner, who had guys like Shaun Alexander, Portis, Javon Walker, decided he can't win it this year, so he sold of Shaun Alexander for a deal of future draft picks (none this year). Some owners are appauled that an owner would do that, feeling like in an established, hardcore league owners should play hard every year, every week. That they owe it to the other owners and that it upsets the competitive balance in the league. Also, we have another owner who employs a ping-pong approach. He sells everything one year, to go for it the next. He does it year in year out.
Thoughts on how people feel about owners who quit in the pre-season to load up for next?